Contempt motion

Contempt motion against Koim adjourned

The matter briefly came for mention today before Justice Collin Makail, who adjourned the case to next year because the lawyer representing the Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill, did not confirm instructions on the next step in their motion.

The motion was filed on March 2, 2016, by O’Neill seeking contempt charges against Koim.

It is asking the National Court to punish Koim on contempt allegations that he breached an order of July 16, 2014, against discussing matters relating to the Task Force Sweep Team in the media.

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Aviation industry marks milestone

Yesterday’s launching of the E-exam centre at the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) marked a milestone for the aviation industry in the country.


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